To remove the ban on the use of tinted visors on motorcycle safety helmets.  With a statutory clear (up to 40% attneuation) visor, on bright days the option is to wear sunglasses inside said visor.  The drawback being that when one rides from a brightly lit stretch of road into a tunnel of trees for example, where the light level is much reduced then vision is also much reduced.  With a tinted visor, the solution is to simply raise the visor to be able to see again.  With sunglasses beneath a visor – your are stuck.

Why is this idea important?

It removes a law (largely ignored by police) which only increases a hazard instead of reducing it.

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